A fancy new service called Keybase is being alpha'd, which
provides a place to pop public keys, and prove that you're the
owner using other online identities, like Twitter and
My Keybase profile
I collaborate on a selection of projects with peers, and
tend to do this using GitHub. I also dump some personal
projects up there, for sharing or posterity.
Some sexy graphs from my github activity
are below, in the work section.
I can also be found on freenode IRC - normally with the
handle graymalkin. I lurk in #KentCS as
well, so if you can't find me with /query then try that too!
My related tinkering projects can be found on
the section of this website dedicated to
I'm studying for a BSc in Computer Science with a Year in
Industry. I achieved a distinction in my first year of study,
attaining an average mark of 75% over the 8 modules
studied. This is a record I intend to keep up and better as I
progress through my course.
XMOS 2014 - 2015 (expected)
For my Year in Industry I'm working for a small Bristol
based semiconductor company called XMOS, as a Software
Engineering Intern. They make many-cored processors and tooling
to develop for the platform.
University 2012 - 2016 (expected)
I study Computer Science at the University of Kent. I'm just
finishing my 2nd year, and am about to move onto my year in
industry. A transcript of my module results are available
I was elected one of two course representatives for the 2nd
year of my course, along
Lepedus. This involved liaising with staff and students
about matters arising with course content and the day-to-day
funcitoning of the department; as well as providing feedback
on course material and teaching quality.
Some data from my GitHub profile, pulled from
Commits / Hour of the day
I have also been the Communications Officer
for TinkerSoc a society to which I am very
committed and enjoy very much.
My role was to liaise with other society members to keep them
informed of activities and to get their opinions and views
back to the rest of the committee. I have also helped design
and develop projects with them.
Many projects including the details to the Tube
Amplifier (boad layout pictured bellow) are
In the summer before university a friend and I
travelled in China for 6 weeks as a sort of "mini gap year" as
neither of us wanted to take a full year out of education.
We started in Shanghai (pictured) and travelled
to Beijing, Chengdu, Lijiang and eventually onto Hong Kong. We
stayed in a Hindu monastery, and hiked to the Leshan Grand
Buddha, explored the technology markets in Hong Kong, walked
along the great wall and ate Peking duck, in Peking.
It was a fantastic experience, and I look
forward to going back.